forth the measure, the ballot title objected to, their objections to it, and praying for amendment of it.”Mr. Reifman is dissatisfied with the ballot title assigned by the City Attorney toInitiative Measure 103 because, as further explained below, the title does not comply withthe requirements of SMC 2.08.020. Mr. Reifman requests that the Court transmit a revisedtitle to the King County Director of Elections. A form of revised ballot title accompanies thispetition.Furthermore, Mr. Reifman has negotiated with the City Attorney’s representative, Mr.John Schochet who has tentatively agreed to the proposed revised ballot title. A copy of the full text of Initiative Measure 103 is set forth in Exhibit A.
CITY ATTORNEY’S BALLOT TITLE
The City Attorney has assigned the following ballot title:BALLOT TITLEThe City of Seattle Initiative Measure 103 concerns local rights and restrictions oncorporations to achieve those rights.If enacted, the measure would create a local bill of rights relating to corporateinfluence on elections and the legislative process, water resources sufficient for orcas andsalmon, and zoning changes subject to neighborhood approval, among other issues. Themeasure would prohibit corporations from making political contributions or lobbying,prohibit former elected officials from working for certain corporations, and specify thatcorporations are not persons for purposes of constitutional rights. Any resident may sue toenforce these rights.Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]